FORGET THE IFRAME.
Consider this: You have a form on your website that has a little box with a word or phrase in it, like "Widgets" and a "Submit" button. When someone clicks the submit button, they are directed to the results page. That setup uses "form method='post' action='search.php'" where the input name='search'.
Now suppose, instead of a box with a word and a submit button, you want to accomplish the same thing with a content link, so that when you refer to "Widgets" in your content with a hyperlink, when someone clicks on that link, the same result is achieved.
You replied above
Use a 'get' format for your href in the anchor tag
Great! It's been days now, and I still cannot figure out exactly how to do that. I've been to stackoverflow and many other sites but I'm still lost. Just using
does nothing. Obviously something else must be changed. But what?